We had the school presentation night tonight, so walking in the door very late, the boys rushed to turn on the Christmas tree lights. The first thing I noticed was the 3 reflections in the front windows, and since I still didn’t have a photo for today I quickly got the tripod & shot it before crawling into bed. I love Christmas lights, so pretty & calming!
The rain has finally stopped and our backyard is waterlogged! Ethan was in amongst the puddles & mud this afternoon, I love shooting reflections!
With the baths being empty, it was an opportunity to capture some details which are usually immersed. These steps are full of untold stories, worn from use and discoloured from constant salt water. I love the colour & texture, the reflection is a bonus.
Once a week the ocean baths are drained and cleaned. I must have picked that day! All was not lost though, I just got to shoot from a different angle!
As the sun rose the tide was on its way in, and the ocean pool was slowly being filled by nature. The reflections in the pool were simply amazing.
It was a mad dash over to the creek on the Saturday night we were camping to capture this magnificent sunset. I have to thank John for pointing it out to me, as I had my back to it. The gorgeous colour only lasted about 5 minutes and it was gone! There will be a couple more of this. Just breathtaking…
It looks like Ethan is completely off in another world in this moment. It makes me feel all calm & relaxed!
I just had to capture one of the sailboats in silhouette on the lake at sunrise. It looked so peaceful and relaxed.
Another shot from my time on the beach at Seal Rocks last week. I just love reflections, would like to work on some planned ones at some stage…
It’s not often you can capture a full reflection of a eucalyptus tree, especially in a cow paddock!